Sentences Containing 'seasoned'
It is well known what a difference there is in the buoyancy of green and seasoned timber; and it occurred to me that floods would often wash into the sea dried plants or branches with seed-capsules or fruit attached to them.
Not you; for that's a life and a business for hardy men, bred and seasoned to such work almost from the time they were in swaddling-clothes.
It was made of small juicy clams, scarcely bigger than hazel nuts, mixed with pounded ship biscuit, and salted pork cut up into little flakes; the whole enriched with butter, and plentifully seasoned with pepper and salt.
Long seasoned and weather-stained in the typhoons and calms of all four oceans, her old hull's complexion was darkened like a French grenadier's, who has alike fought in Egypt and Siberia.
The meat is made into balls about the size of billiard balls, and being well seasoned and spiced might be taken for turtle-balls or veal balls.
As the seasoned infantry and tank units of the German 11th Panzer "Ghost" division move silently into position on the snow covered hills around Nennig, Germany, a battle weary GI and his unit stand ready to defend the small town, a key position in the Allied advance to win the war.
Coached by the battle-seasoned commando instructors (commanded by Colonel Charles Vaughan), the Rangers learned the basics of commando warfare.
The battle seasoned 1st Battalion moved into their newly assigned positions and trained their Ranger colleagues.
At UFC 112, Johnson fought seasoned veteran Brad Blackburn, defeating him via third round TKO with a kick to the body and follow up punches.
This in turn led to the viceroy of Lima sending out General Jose de Llamas, a seasoned veteran, to crush the revolt. This too was unsuccessful and the general and his men suffered constant defeats at the hands of the rebels.
It can also be easily seasoned or marinated to suit the dish, or even barbecued.
Skipper Tushar Khandekar was the star to watch in the forward line and he has the seasoned and talented Sandeep Michael and Hariprasad to bolster the attack.
In the 2013 AFL season to date Gold Coast have made a much improved effort, highlighted by victories over seasoned opponents in Collingwood, , the and . Their improvement on the past two seasons has been so stark that they were considered possibilities of securing an unlikely finals berth up until the final round after Essendon lost all their premiership points Stadium.
Despite this new fortress and seasoned troops, Raymond IV's siege of Tripoli failed to secure the port.
Although jazz performers criticized the fusion movement's use of rock styles and electric and electronic instruments, even seasoned jazz veterans like Buddy Rich, Maynard Ferguson and Dexter Gordon eventually modified their music to include fusion elements.
The Institute of Professional Sound offers mentoring and career enhancement opportunities for entry-level employees, college graduates, and seasoned professionals.
Other sausage products include alder smoked bacon, cajun andouille (Otto's spiciest recipe), chicken sausage, two types of assortment "grill packs", hunter sausage, jerky (cured, seasoned with pepper and dried), pastrami, pepperoni sticks, and smoked pork links seasoned with garlic, mustard and mustard seed.
According to its official website, the smokehouse has "well seasoned walls that give the smoked sausages and meats that one of a kind distinction that can only be Otto’s".
Sometimes he tricks adults into letting him control armies Growing up, he gains a muscular build and a lesser degree of martial arts knowledge, not nearly enough to best seasoned fighters like Robin, but quite formidable nevertheless.
Meanwhile, the salted fruit brine created in this process is seasoned to taste with chile powder, becoming chamoy.
Bob Thomson was not only a seasoned gardener with some 20 years of radio broadcasting experience, but he was also a professional nurseryman.
A saveloy is a type of highly seasoned sausage, usually bright red, which is typically available in British fish and chips shops, primarily in the south of England, sometimes fried in batter.
At the turn of the 20th century, the saveloy was described in an Australian court case as a "highly seasoned dry sausage originally made of brains, but now young pork, salted " but by the mid-century it was commonly defined by its size (a 19 inch sausage), "as opposed to a Frankfurter, 26" . This distinction may be due to the Frankfurter's popularisation (as an ingredient of hot-dogs).
The Fever had already played a season, but coach George O'Neill—hoping to draw on seasoned pros the way defending champions New York Arrows had—remade the team with NASL veterans and drew on several Fury players, including Smith and teammate Bob Rigby.
Korean style bulgogi or boneless meat with moderately-sweet garlic sauce and galbi or meat with bones and moderately-sweet garlic sauce as well, and another Korean favorite bibimbab or mixed rice with seasoned vegetables, namul, sweet and spicy gochujang and bulgogi topping also became an integral part of Hawaiian cuisine.
Puerto Rican immigration to Hawaii began in 1900, contributing spicy, Spanish-seasoned thick soups, casseroles, pasteles, and meat turnovers.
Bernarducci continues to curate exhibitions featuring emerging and seasoned artists.
The newly christened naval frigate and her seasoned captain, John Lawford, was ordered to escort a 6-vessel merchant convoy from Jamaica to Britain.
Despite mentorship from the more seasoned faculty, Namond, and later Michael, work as drug runners for Bodie, who has had middling success selling Proposition Joe's product independently.
At Stockach, Nauendorf again commanded the Austrian advanced guard, which was composed of troops seasoned, as he had been, in the Habsburg border wars.
41-year-old Murat Ahatovich Itkulov (Мурат Ахатович Иткулов), a seasoned pilot with close to 7,900 flight hours who was normally the first officer, did not officially serve on duty due to the captain's assessment.
Many seasoned veterans of coin roll hunting have commented that in the long run they would have been better off just buying the silver coins they have found as it would have been cheaper and easier once the cost of their time has been factored in.
The ship was built by Assad Abdullah al-Madani, a seasoned Indonesian traditional ship builder, and his men, with little more than a balsa wood model that Nick Burningham had created to help him.
The escapade was a huge embarrassment for Kerala police as Jayanandan was a seasoned criminal and with multiple successful escape attempts made in past. The high security controls and technologies were breached by Jayanandan with very rudimentary measures.
But Puckey's own writings are often very insightful, and well seasoned with illuminating metaphor.
The pyramid shape comes from the traditional broad "ewe eran" ("Thaumatococcus daniellii") or banana leaves fashioned into a cone in one's palm, then the seasoned and garnished liquid is poured into the leaves, which is then folded.
The dish served in the Washington Heights area of Manhattan refers to a hamburger on "pan de agua," a round bun topped with a seasoned patty of ground beef, a mayonnaise/ketchup sauce, and some lightly sauteed vegetables, which include sliced tomatoes, onions and shredded cabbage.
Playing alongside seasoned Yugoslav league veterans like forward Miloš Šestić and goalkeeper Čedo Maras, all four new acquisitions made major contribution on the squad led by also newly arrived head coach Ljupko Petrović as FK Vojvodina somewhat improbably went on to win the Yugoslav league title ahead of the Big Four clubs.
It was at this time that he formed close friendships with William Lashly and Edgar Evans: all three would establish themselves as seasoned polar explorers over the next decade.
Seasoned musicians like Ognjan Radivojević (later to perform with Goran Bregović and Zdravko Čolić), Goran Ljuboja, Dragan Markovski and Marija Mihajlović took part in recording sessions for this album.
His father, the late Ahmad Mian Soomro, was a seasoned parliamentarian who was Deputy Speaker of the West Pakistan Assembly and a member of the Senate and helped establish the Senate Committee Systems.
Additionally, it is noted that RSOs no longer cover multiple countries and are thus not regional. Even some more seasoned agents have taken to referring to themselves as Special Agent-in-Charge/Regional Security Officer on their official biographies.
Of course, all this seasoned with a loud wardrobe, where hearts, gigantic eyes, turquoise-blue dresses and an old lantern, among others, play before the eyes of the audience.
It was extremely successful in the Czech Republic (under the name "The Diary of a Seasoned Mother") where the season premiere on September 29, 2007, garnered over 1 million viewers.
Mary S. Cosgrove, in "Horn Book Magazine", calls the poems in Shaker "a lyrical outpouring of seasoned feelings from the heart and mind", and calls Angelou "musical, rhythmical, and enchanting".
A favorite of Tuscan cuisine, the steak is grilled over a wood or charcoal fire, seasoned with salt, (sometimes with black pepper), and olive oil, applied immediately after the meat is retired from the heat.
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::: sobriety - moderation (especially regarding indulgence in alcohol); seriousness
::: diligence - steadiness of effort; persistent hard work
::: embargo - ban on commerce or other activity
::: promiscuous - mixed indiscriminately; indiscriminate; not choosing carefully; indiscriminate in the choice of sexual partners; irregular, particularly sexually; Ex. promiscuous life/girl; N. promiscuity
::: limbo - region near heaven or hell where certain souls are kept; prison (slang); Ex. Purgatory and Limbo
::: attentive - alert and watchful; listening carefully; paying attention; considerate; thoughtful; politely helpful; Ex. attentive audience; Ex. He was attentive to the old lady; N. attentions: act of courtesy and consideration
::: consanguineous - (consanguine) having a common ancestor
::: buccaneer - pirate
::: restitution - returning something (lost or stolen) to the rightful owner; reparation; indemnification; compensation for loss, damage, or injury